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Original family home pics

I just thought I would share this cause I think it's pretty neat. This is the original home where the first of our family lived in America. We still own the property and obviously the house is still standing. They are restoring it and have built the cover it.



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Thats neat, Do you know how old it is
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Very cool project Jason.


Restoring it they didnt have plywood in those days :
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Wow that cool. Makes you think your 1,000+ sqft is mantion
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Very cool project Jason.


Restoring it they didnt have plywood in those days :

Yea, I'm not part of the resto so I don't have any say so in how it goes

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Sure does. The walls were also covered in old newspaper last time I was in it but that was many years ago.
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Sure does. The walls were also covered in old newspaper last time I was in it but that was many years ago.
They used it for insulation back in the day.
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They used it for insulation back in the day.
Yep, and for decoration it's deer antlers
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I went to Yellowstone with my grandparents back when, might have been 5. We used T.P. to fill the holes in the pos log cabin be had. (byt he was i'm only 27) To say the least I didn't sleep cause the big bad bears were gonna come get me.
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that is awesome man i wish some of my family's houses were still standing
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